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Around 2003 when Chris Moneymaker won the main event at the WSOP, the most important tournament in the world, having classified through a 27$ online satellite, there was an unprecedented explosion that generated a massive level of interest in an until then unknown world for many. It was a perfect storm where many different factors coincided, and it occurred in the best possible place: the United States. The American dream not only became a reality in so many “Yankee” households, but also it was extrapolated to include everyone, motivating lots of people, albeit mainly younger people, to take an interest in poker as a hypotheticalRead More →


Over the last few years we have been witness to various cases of fraud in poker, the most well known, perhaps, taking place in the Borgata Winter Poker Open $2 Million Guarantee which was actually cancelled due to a player using a quantity of false poker chips in the tournament, and there have been other similar cases. The players who follow the rules want to feel that they are protected from this kind of fraud and the big event organisers should work hard to eradicate it.  The current response has been to create stricter rules with regard to fraud, and act with a firm handRead More →


Having given it some thought, I came to the conclusion that the best way to start this blog would be to talk about how the idea for the development of MTT-Tracker came about.   My beginnings in the world of poker go back to around 2009 when, with a lot of luck, I classified for the grand final of the Montecarlo EPT event and, in the same year, for the Main Event of the WSOP.  There’s been a lot of water under the bridge since 2009, and although I’ve travelled the world participating in many poker tournaments since then, I’ve always considered myself to be,Read More →